Padi Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving – Japanese
This is the second edition.
The Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving is a must have resource for every aquatic enthusiast including snorkelers, recently certified or experienced scuba divers, those interested in making a career in recreational diving, PADI Divemasters, Assistant Instructors and Instructors. There’s never been such a comprehensive and user-friendly resource featuring the latest information about the aquatic world, presented in simple, easy to understand terms.
While the Encyclopedia of Recreational Diving is a very informative book, it is not the “heavy” reading that one might expect from a PADI manual. The terminoligy and concepts covered in this book nicely suppliment what one learns throughout the recreational diving classes — novice open water dives, advanced techniques, underwater navigation, and rescue techniques. I recommend this for divers who have gone through open water and advanced classes (and even Rescue), feeling that they did not get all they could out of the classes and textbook. This book is a must for those wishing to seek a professional dive rating (divemaster and higher), or pursue technical dive certifications.
The perfect study guide for the PADI Diver Knowledge Workbook.